Behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the video for WYKKED WYTCH's cover version of the EURYTHMICS hit song "Sweet Dreams" can be viewed below. The clip was directed by Kevin Custer (MADBALL, OVERKILL, KINGDOM OF SORROW) and was produced by Dale "Rage" Resteghini (MUDVAYNE, TRIVIUM, HATEBREED) of Raging Nation Films.WYKKED WYTCH recently posted four songs from its fourth album, "Memories of a Dying Whore", on the group's MySpace page. The CD, which was released through the band's own label Perish Music, is available for online purchase and through retail outlets worldwide. According to a press release, "Memories of a Dying Whore" was remixed by Eric Rachel (THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, ATREYU, GOD FORBID) at Trax East Studios and was mastered by Alan Douches (UNEARTH, MASTODON, SHADOWS FALL) at West West Side Music in New York. Behind-the-scenes footage:
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